In the final round of the UEFA Nations League, England drew 3-3 with Germany at home. Kane scored a penalty in this game.
In the 83rd minute, Schlottbeck fouled Bellingham in the penalty area and Kane scored a penalty to make it 3-2. It is a pity that the England team conceded the ball at the last minute and finally failed to win.
This is the fourth time Kane has faced Germany in his career, and he has scored in all four games, setting a record for England in a single appearance against a single opponent.
Kane is also the second player in history to score four consecutive goals against Germany, the last player to do so was Hungarian Imre Schlosser between 1909 and 1912.
This is Kane’s 52nd goal in the national team career, just 2 goals away from Rooney’s England national team’s all-time scoring record (54 goals).